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NOS - EIS Brake Parts Sign #728139
Sat Apr 13 2019 06:17 PM
Sat Apr 13 2019 06:17 PM
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Wisconsin, USA
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EIS Brake Parts celluloid sign. Mint, nos condition. This looks to have never been hung or displayed. It is metal over cardboard. Can hang or use built-in easel stand on back for shelf display. Measures 18" x 8".

Price is $325.00 shipped to lower 48. Prefer PayPal and buyer pays fees.

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Re: NOS - EIS Brake Parts Sign [Re: DaysPast] #728147
Sat Apr 13 2019 08:25 PM
Sat Apr 13 2019 08:25 PM
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Raleigh, North Carolina
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...is it celluloid, or metal over cardboard?


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Re: NOS - EIS Brake Parts Sign [Re: DaysPast] #728150
Sat Apr 13 2019 08:54 PM
Sat Apr 13 2019 08:54 PM
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It is metal over cardboard. I have heard others call metal over cardboard "celluloid" signs, but I don't know if that's technically correct.

Re: NOS - EIS Brake Parts Sign [Re: DaysPast] #728160
Sun Apr 14 2019 08:12 AM
Sun Apr 14 2019 08:12 AM
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Plover, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
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No metal associated with the material celluloid itself, Kirby. I believe celluloid is the first synthetic "plastic" that was developed some time in the second half of the 1800's. I think a clear coating of celluloid was sometimes put on the face of small formed cardboard or metal signs for protection. Hope things are going well over by you. John

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